You are on a scavenger hunt looking for Geometry in the REAL world.. At the conclusion of your search, you will present your findings in the form of a power point presentation. You can get pictures from Google by searching things like “hexagon shape in the real world FOR KIDS”
- Only one geometry object per slide.
- Title your presentation with your name, geometry, and put it in your folder called Geometry
- Objects must be appropriately LABELED! (Title at the top)
- Include the mathematical definition of each object on your slide.
- Don’t forget a cover slide with a title for the whole presentation and your name. Once complete, you should have 16 slides.
- Each image captured may be used only ONCE. For example, if use a picture of something that represents a square, you cannot use it again to represent a quadrilateral. You must find a second image. If you see something in our classroom that would work, you can take a picture using your laptop.
- Both partners must participate in the hunt and presentation. This is a team effort!
What to Collect:
You must have 16 items from this list:
|Quadrilateral||Parallel Lines||Intersecting Lines|
|Line Segment||Vertices||Right Angle|
|Obtuse Angle||Acute Angle||Rectangular Prism|
|Pentagon||Hexagon||Heptagon or Septagon|
How Will You Be Graded?
|Fifteen objects from the list are captured||60|
|Each object is accurately labeled||10|
|Each object includes a mathematical definition||10|
|Presentation includes a cover slide||5|
|Presentation is organized in alphabetical order||5|
|Presentation is free from spelling and grammatical errors||10|